William Morris vet Steve Glick is ankling the tenpercentery after 23 years, signing on as a senior TV agent at ICM.
Glick, 46, headed WMA’s TV helmers department and had been with the agency his entire professional life. His departure follows last December’s departure of three other WMA vets, including worldwide TV topper Sam Haskell and chief operating officer Steve Kram.
CBS Entertainment prexy Nina Tassler said Glick “has always been very helpful to us” as a packager. “He has great relationships with talent, and he’s always been very collaborative.”
Glick’s client list, most of which is expected to switch to ICM, includes thesps Rob Morrow and Charles Dutton as well as behind-the-scenes types such as Michael Pressman, Jay Daniel, Charles Haid, James Frawley, Ian Sander and Kim Moses.
ICM co-prexy Nancy Josephson said Glick already has good working relationships with a number of ICM agents.
“He’s just a guy that fits with our group,” she said. “That’s very important.”
ICM worldwide TV topper Bob Levinson and TV lit chief Matt Solo confirmed Glick’s hiring Monday.